Seminars

WFCB Seminar Series
When: Wednesdays, 4:10 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Where: 1138 Meyer Hall, same as Foster Room

Interested in presenting? Please contact boving@ucdavis.edu

All Spring seminars have been postponed due to COVID19.

Welcome back in Fall in 1138 Meyer Hall


September 30th, 2020

Justine Smith
Assistant Professor, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Disease induces ecological restructuring in the high Andes

Andrew Rypel
Associate Professor, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Livin' on the edge: using conservation science to aid California's native fishes
 

October 21, 2020 

Katherine Lauck
PhD Student, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Commercially valuable wild birds live further from people than predicted based on their habitats in a protected area of West Kalimantan, Indonesia

Alexandra McInturf
PhD Student, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Marine conservation at a fine-scale: Understanding the behavior of threatened elasmobranchs

Cathy Brown  
PhD Student, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Resilience and Vulnerability of Yosemite Toads to Drought


November 11, 2020

Cody Aylward  
PhD Student, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Characterizing diet of the endangered salt marsh harvest mouse and dietary partitioning of marsh rodents with DNA metabarcoding

Laci Gerhart-Barley  
LPSOE, Department of Ecology and Evolution
Talk: Technology in College Instruction: The engaging, the distracting, and the useless


December 2, 2020

Speakers to be determined